Cheltenham is a suburb of northern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia.
Cheltenham is 21 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of Hornsby Shire.
Cheltenham is considered to be part of the Northern Suburbs. Unit prices in Cheltenham have grown by 22.12% in the past 3 years.
Cheltenham is small residential suburb with a distinctive English atmosphere, with a number of 19th Century mansions on tree-lined streets.
From its early days, Cheltenham was almost exclusively a residential suburb with no shopping area developed at all in its planning.
The nearest shopping mall is in Carlingford. Cheltenham has a population of 2066 residents, with an average income of $1075.
The median price for houses is $1,711,099 and the median price for units is $1,349,554.
House prices in Cheltenham have grown by 8.47% in the past 3 years and -12.17% last year.
The average house in Cheltenham is rented for $1,058 per week and returns a rental return of 2.76%.
The median weekly rental price on units is $785 and the rental return is 4.03%.
Houses in Cheltenham take an average of 116 days before selling and the average time for a unit to sell is 112 days.
There were 14 houses sold last year and 2 units sold last year in Cheltenham.